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Carlos Restrepo (manager)

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Carlos Alberto "Piscis" Restrepo Isaza (born 5 March 1961) is a football coach and current manager of Honduran Club Deportivo Olimpia.


Never having the opportunity of playing the sport professionally because of an injury, he began his coaching career at his early 20's. After some time spent managing in minor leagues and regional teams in his home country, he took over several U-17 and U-20 Colombia national football teams. He then began coaching teams such as Once Caldas, Independiente Medellín, Atlético Junior, Deportes Quindío and Deportes Tolima. He won the first division tournament of Fútbol Profesional Colombiano in 1995 with Atlético Junior.

He then went on to manage Deportivo Táchira of the Primera División Venezolana, or Venezuelan Professional Football League. He arrived to Costa Rica in 2002, and coached Municipal Pérez Zeledón for three years, where he won the Apertura Championship of Costa Rica's first division in 2004, against all odds. In 2005, he was signed by Brujas where he was able to build a very competitive team and battled to win the Costa Rica's first division title.

In 2013, he managed Colombia U-20 team to win their third South American Youth Championship. In 2017, he was named coach for Olimpia after Hector Vargas was fired.

Managerial statistics

Statistics accurate as of 12 June 2017


  • Categoría Primera A (1): 1995
  • Olimpia
  • Liga Nacional (1): 2009 Clausura
  • Pérez Zeledón
  • Primera División (1): 2004 Apertura
  • References

    Carlos Restrepo (manager) Wikipedia